Students or teachers press the listening button in the corner. It will give a simple one step direction – “touch the ..” Students then touch that christmas object and it will move. Click below on Following One Direction.
After reading a winter favourite – The Snowy Day by Ezra Keats, students can practice their graphing skills with this fun and easy activity. Have students decide which activity they like to do best on a Snowy day – make snowballs, make prints etc. Then fill in the graph. Click below on Snowy Day Graph.
Snowy Day Graph
All of these are fun and easy to implement Thanksgiving Ideas perfect for a Brain Break.
Picture 1. Get a set of plastic bowling pins and glue feathers and goggly eyes to them. Have students practice bowling.
2. Make these cards using file folders and pictures of turkeys. Then have students throw bean bags at them.
3. Play this with or without a mask on. Add a colour aspect by asking students to pick a certain colour and put it on the turkey.
4. Put feathers throughout the classroom or schoolyard. Have students go on a treasure hunt to find the feathers. Count how many they collected in the end.
ps- these are all images taken from pinterest that came from other blogs!
For all my American friends – here is a Turkey activity for upcoming Thanksgiving. Have students practice or assess them on their colour recognition with this activity. Each page has three different coloured boxes. Ask a student to click a coloured box and see if they can find the turkey hiding behind that box. Click below on Find the Turkey.
Find the Turkey
In this activity students can practice reading sight words and using pictures to help them read. Each page is based on a fruit. As well students can reconstruct the sentence once they have read it. Click below on Easy Reading with Pictures – Fruit.